Advanced Nanocatalysis for Organic Synthesis and Electroanalysis

Multicomponent Reactions Using Nanocatalysts

Author(s): Savita Meena, Krishan Kumar, Surendra Saini, Anshu Dandia* and Vijay Parewa *

Pp: 172-192 (21)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815040166122010011

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


This chapter intends to deliver a wide variety of multicomponent reactions
(MCRs) using nanomaterials as a catalyst to produce value-added chemicals via
sustainable and environmentally benign protocols. MCRs provide the inherent creation
of several bonds in one operation. This chapter deals with the efficacy of nanomaterials
for extensive organic reactions ranging from the traditional carbon-heteroatom bond
forming reactions to further contemporary transformations. These employed include
various varieties such as magnetic nanoparticles (MNPs), core-shell nanoparticles,
carbon-based nanocatalyst (CBN), graphene supported nanoparticles and
nanocomposite, etc. These nanocatalysts could act as a reusable catalyst for the
sustainable synthesis of the different heterocyclic compounds. Their intriguing and
designable properties and impressive catalytic selectivity open a wide corridor to
synthesize diverse heterocycles with maximum molecular complexities. A new era will
be highly devoted to achieve skillfullness in the nanoworld with the technological,
industrial, and scientific fields.

Keywords: Heterocyclic compounds, Multicomponent reactions, Nanocatalyst.

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